cisgender


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cisgender

(Describing) one who identifies as the gender that corresponds to their sex at birth; (describing) one who is not transgender. If you were born male and identify as man, then you're cisgender. Just because someone is cisgender doesn't mean they can't support trans rights.
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In a study by Cipres and colleagues, half of the 26 transgender men were considered at risk for pregnancy: These patients still had a uterus, not all were on testosterone, not all on testosterone were amenorrheic, they were having vaginal intercourse with cisgender men, and none were using condoms or other contraception.
This was particularly true for trans people and youth, since the proportion with discordance between the Statistics Canada question and behavioural measures was higher among these groups compared to cisgender persons and adults respectively.
Recent recommendations from the (University of California, San Francisco) Center of Excellence for Transgender Health indicate that people who initiate the process of physical reassignment still in puberty with administration of hormones shall present less body differences in relation to cisgender ones.
When 'female' sex hormones are dramatically higher than usual in cisgender women (such as during the process of in vitro fertilization), vocalists can face conditions such as posterior chink (a gap at the back of the larynx) and congested vocal folds (Abitol, Abitol, and Abitol, 1999, p.
(Cisgender) women have never had to question their bodies as such, in Prince's view.
Thanks to Trans Bodies, Trans Selves and all the transgender folks who have been writing and teaching over the past many years, we, a group of cisgender women, now know that we can no longer say "a woman's body" and mean only one thing.
For the heteronormative cisgender person investigating trans sexuality, for example, this is often simply a matter of disavowing direct association with the matter under consideration--giving a shrugged mea culpa if you will (cf Smith, 2013)--which at once excoriates and exonerates in that it suggests that there will inevitably be faults due to that personal distance from the subject, but that the heteronormative cisgender researcher cannot be to blame as they will inevitably incur these faults due to their [different, normative] identity.
Bockting, Benner, and Coleman (2009) found no major differences in psychological adjustment, sexual satisfaction, and gender identity/social sex role between FtMs identifying as gay or bisexual when compared to cisgender gay and bisexual men.
(3.) "Cisgender" is a term that has emerged in queer scholarship to refer to someone who is not transgender.
All the TV commercials advertising hair loss treatments (like Rogaine, hair implants) featured middle-aged cisgender men.
Having undergone adolescence both trans and cisgender people often find something that [at least feels] authentic, notwithstanding the possible bad faith of cultural pressure to conform to gender stereotypes (5) (Walter, 2010).
Meow Mix, Radical Queer Semaine, Perverscite and spaces like the St-Emilie Skillshare help us break out of suffocating conformity to cisgender heteronormativity.
One of the workshops I attended was presented by the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health (CoE), which was an amazing opportunity to sit with both transgender and cisgender [non--transgender] people.
About 78 per cent of the gender minority students included in the study met the criteria for one or more mental health problems, with nearly 60 per cent of gender minority students screening positive for clinically significant depression, compared to 28 per cent of cisgender students, whose sex assigned at birth aligns with their current gender identity.
A Twitter user said: "Scarlett Johansson is a cisgender white woman with a powerful platform.